Portfolio finance is simply this: The provision of capital tied to a pool of existing or future cases. Burford pioneered portfolio financing, making the first publicly announced law firm portfolio arrangement in 2011. Since then, appetite for portfolio financing solutions has dramatically increased but many law firm lawyers are still unfamiliar with what it is and how it works.
What are the different types of law firm portfolios?
Burford's Robert Martorana is a Senior Vice President with responsibility for building relationships with leading law firms and companies. In this video, he explains what the different types of law firm portfolios are and how they work:
- The different portfolio solutions and structures and the benefits they offer
- The administrative benefits of a portfolio structure
- How lawyers can use portfolio finance as a business development tool